Working remotely is an amazing perk that many companies offer to their employees. The perks of remote work include increased productivity, decreased costs, environmental benefits due to reduced travel, and increased health and wellness. Whether you telework from home, a coffee shop, or another office, it’s extremely helpful for many employees to design their perfect working environment.
However, everything worth having has some downsides. Staying engaged with your company culture as a remote employee does have its challenges — but it’s not impossible. By making some changes in your communication and scheduling, you can gain the benefits of being a remote employee while engaging in your company culture.
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